Megiddo: situation and routes

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Megiddo in the Levant 
Megiddo and the hill country of Samaria and Galillee

 

The Carmel range and the hill country of Galillee offer few routes north-south, Megiddo guarded the main pass. Thus the city controled the most convenient route for trade or warfare between the centres of popuation and culture in Egypt and Mesopotamia.


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